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The inbetweeners british case study

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  • 1. FM2: Producers & Audiences - Case Study - British Film Success
  • 2. FM2: Producers & Audiences - Case Study - British Film Success Individual distributors may release any number of films, sometimes just 1 or 2, or as many as 25-30 a year. A typical week sees around 10 new films opening in UK cinemas. With over 500 releases a year competing for screen time, film distribution is a risky business!
  • 3. FM2: Producers & Audiences - Case Study - British Film Success
  • 4. FM2: Producers & Audiences - Case Study - British Film Success Transferred from TV (E4) to the big screen in 2011. Set a new opening record for a british comedy. Opened with Orange Wednesday 17th August 2011. Generated £13.2 million at the UK box-office in its first 5 days. By the 3rd week of it release, 5 million + people had seen it in a UK cinema. What are some of the reasons for its success?

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